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Kid’s STAR WARS Tauntaun Costume is Beyond Wizard

You know those mugs and t-shirts that say, “Best Mom/Dad in the World?” Well you have to stop buying them for your own parents now because those titles have officially been bestowed on this father and mother who built a functioning Halloween costume for their young son of Luke Skywalker riding a tauntaun from The Empire Strikes Back.

In a short video uploaded to their YouTube channel Darth Porkins, the two parents proudly watch as their son walks around, looking like he’s really riding a tauntaun. What’s even better is that this is a “completely handmade costume,” that looks like it was professionally made. Look at how accurate it is compared to Luke from Star Wars.

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The only major difference seems to be in the color of the horns, and a lack of ice. However, we imagine he won’t be trick-or-treating on Hoth so this is probably an accurate look for riding one around in your kitchen. Also, we are fairly confident this Halloween costume version smells a heck of a lot better than the real thing.

So sure your parents might have been the best in the world before, but now they’ll have to settle for being second best. That is unless they can make you your very own incredible Star Wars costume before October 31st.

How can they top this though? An Obi-Wan riding a Boga from Revenge of the Sith costume? What other ideas from Star Wars would you like to see this mom and dad team make for their son next Halloween? Journey into our comments below to give us your best ideas.

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Images: Darth Porkins/Lucasfilm

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